There's a scene from a movie, the title of which escapes me (it might be Arnold Soboloff's character, Acupuncture Man, from Mel Brook's "Silent Movie"), in which the character emerges from an acupuncturist literally covered head to toe in needles and pins (certainly seems like 1976 humor.) Keep that image in mind. Now apply it to your Thanksgiving turkey. Except instead of humorous intent, imagine a whole lot of deliciousness.
A kitchen gadget just isn't a kitchen gadget unless it does something. Spin, slide, or transform, something has to happen. A definition such as this would seemingly imply that by nature of having a moving part, anything could be called a kitchen gadget. (And many manufacturers would happily agree.) However, as nifty a gadget may be--even those with enough moving parts to make a wind-up watch jealous--ultimately, it not only has to do something, but it has to do something useful.
The Farberware Mandoline Slicer Pro Speed Prep with 3 Blades qualifies as a kitchen gadget not only because … Read more